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wooden carrying device that converts into table for small egg

I have been gone for a long time but remember someone sharing plans for building a stand for the small egg that flips over and becomes a carrying device for the small with handles.  Does anyone remember this and if so could it be re-posted.  I can't seem to find it.

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  • KiloKilo Posts: 11
    What I also remember is that it made it easy to put in the back of a vehicle and transport
  • Mattman3969Mattman3969 Posts: 8,054
    I'm pretty sure you are thinking of the box @focker made for his small.  Maybe he will be along later. 

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  • KiloKilo Posts: 11
    Yes it was like a wooden box and seemed like simple solution
  • WeberWhoWeberWho Posts: 6,341
    If you type in "carrier small egghead forum" under images in Google you can see some of the different examples of wooden carrier tables. Unfortunately most of the pictures won't enlarge with the Photobucket fiasco. Hopefully focker can get you hooked up outside of Photobucket   
  • FockerFocker Posts: 8,282
    edited August 2017
    Back when this was much a friendlier place, I used Wess' link as a starting point.

    http://www.wessb.com/Tips/smtransport/small_transporter.htm

    Made the top piece wider, cut handles with a 1" spade bit and jigsaw, buddy ripped some $1 split firebricks.  Handles are tough to see, but one is under the tongs.  Had some leftover nomex for the hole and pads for the feet.  

    My egg stays in the same place during transport and use, just slide it out and light.  HTH
    Brandon
    Quad Cities
    "If yer gonna denigrate, familiarity with the subject is helpful."

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